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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, as the new owner of an old P38 I am having great fun with this electronics kit on wheels. However all good things have to come to an end and I need to get this thing inspected. Now before I bought it, the previous owner had converted it over to coil springs, but never got rid of the 35mph...
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi all, my first post. I recently purchased a 1998 range rover hse. My problem is the shifter light stays on all the time,draining the battery over a cpl days. I went searching for an open wire as Im getting a fault code as well (p1777). So i started at interior fuse box and noticed a jumper...
  3. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Sorry to be such a newb but I need to know if my 2008 RR has the battery jumper points from the factory like the older models have. If anyone can post a picture of their location that would be great. I simply cannot find them and that is where I would like to connect my battery pulse/smart...
  4. Range Rover Classic
    I have been working on this rig for about a year. Among other things, the air suspension has been replaced with coils. Can someone please tell me how to disable the faults on the dash? The conversion kit I installed did not come with the override module. Thanks!
  5. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Good all. Went to start my truck up this morning and the key wouldn't even turn over / replaced key batteries nothing / then I noticed I left my hatch door open a little. I'd like to jump it myself before I call AAA / but I noticed that the + connection point is totally covered with some sort of...
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have searched and searched and searched the forums and home page to find the location of the ecu that i need to "jump" to disable the EAS slow 35MPH message on the control center. ", put two jumpers on the connector to the ECU, one from pin 7 to pin 18 (ground ) and the other from pin 25 to...
  7. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    To recap from earlier post, rear bags had been leaking thus compressor was overworked. Left rear bag finally blew during morning pump up and compressor shut off. Relaced bags and compressor would still not engage. Jumped relay 20 and was able to run compressor with engine running yet bags...
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